We are here to help everyone save money on their chimney. We are the least expensive and most professional chimney service in the metro. I have been doing this on my own for over ten years and just want people to be happy and have no hassle with other chimney people. There are several chimney companies out there that use scare tactics to convince you that additional work needs to be done. If there needs to be a fix I will take a picture for you to see exactly what needs fixing. We do not do that in less it really needs to be done. We don't want to waste anyone's money or time.

 

Many people enjoy the rustic feel and relaxing ambiance of a wood-burning fire. However, when it comes to fire in your home, Anthony's Chimney is there to help keep your family safe. If you need to cut corners on your home maintenance, your chimney and fireplace are definitely NOT the place to do it. Before using your fireplace, you must make sure that it is clean and safe to operate.

 

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommends that you have your chimney cleaned and professionally inspected at least once a year. There are many good reasons to clean and inspect your chimney, but here there is one that stands above the rest:

 

To Prevent a Chimney Fire

Chimney FireTrust us—you DO NOT want a fire in your chimney. A chimney fire can be quite spectacular—with loud popping and cracking sounds, lots of dense smoke and a strong, hot odor. But chimney fires aren’t always dramatic enough to alert the neighbors. Sometimes, they burn slow and aren’t even visible, but they still reach high temperatures and can seep into the walls of your house and ignite anything flammable. Flames from a chimney fire can quickly spread into the walls or onto the roof of your home and cause massive devastation, if not the total destruction of your home. It is a nightmare scenario, but one that can most likely be avoided with proper care and maintenance of your chimney.The most common cause of chimney fire is, simply, a dirty chimney. Over time, chimneys will become clogged with creosote, a natural, tar-like substance that is a by-product of burning wood. Creosote is black or brown in appearance and, over time, it builds up and leaves a glazing inside your chimney. This glazing is highly combustible and it can take only a small amount to start a fire. Restricted air supply is one of the factors that contribute to the build up of creosote, another reason it is important to clean your chimney regularly.


There is nothing to worry about. We can help!

Our crowns have a 10 year warranty and our flashing is a 7 year warranty .

Hope to hear from you soon!

Thanks,
Anthony Lane